I've recently encountered words like 「いろいろ」which apparently counts as both a な and a の adjective.

Just curious if there's some difference in meaning when one is used instead of the other.


According to the dictionary 色々(いろいろ) can be used as a noun (名詞), as a na-adjective (形容動詞), and even as an adverb (副詞). But the meaning is basically the same.


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